Definition of Ischaemias

1. ischaemia [n] - See also: ischaemia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ischaemias

isatin
isatine
isatines
isatinic
isatins
isatis
isatogen
isatogens
isatropic
isatropic acid
isauxesis
isavuconazole
isba
isbas
ischaemia
ischaemias (current term)
ischaemic
ischaemic bowel disease
ischaemic stroke
ischemia
ischemia-modifying factors
ischemia retinae
ischemias
ischemic
ischemic anoxia
ischemic colitis
ischemic contracture of the left ventricle
ischemic hypoxia
ischemic mitral regurgitation
ischemic muscular atrophy

Literary usage of Ischaemias

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"exert, or cause gas embolism of smaller vessels with resulting local ischaemias. That is why laws have been passed requiring slow decompression, ..."

2. Pellagra by Henry Fauntleroy Harris (1919)
"... with subjective and objective sensations of cold, as heing produced in this way; local ischaemias are to be accounted for in a like manner ..."

3. Lectures on the localisation of cerebral and spinal diseases by Jean Martin Charcot, Walter Baugh Hadden (1883)
"... we observe there system lesions similar to those seen in the cord ; and, on the other hand, a certain number of haemorrhages, ischaemias, ..."

4. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"exert, or cause gas embolism of smaller vessels with resulting local ischaemias. That is why laws have been passed requiring slow decompression, ..."

5. Pellagra by Henry Fauntleroy Harris (1919)
"... with subjective and objective sensations of cold, as heing produced in this way; local ischaemias are to be accounted for in a like manner ..."

6. Lectures on the localisation of cerebral and spinal diseases by Jean Martin Charcot, Walter Baugh Hadden (1883)
"... we observe there system lesions similar to those seen in the cord ; and, on the other hand, a certain number of haemorrhages, ischaemias, ..."

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